October 21, 2020

TaroWorks Welcomes 5 New Clients

Elaine Chang

TaroWorks Welcomes 5 New Clients

TaroWorks is proud to announce that five new clients will be using our field service mobile app to help manage their operations and programs.

Amref Health Africa is one of Africa’s leading health NGOs. Amref Health Africa will use TaroWorks to support tracking and mentoring of girls – within the Kajiado and Samburu counties of Kenya – who participate in its Alternative Rite of Passage (ARP) program, which provides education on reproductive health, the dangers of female genital mutilation, early marriage, teenage pregnancy, life skills and children’s rights.

Agros International’s mission is to break the cycle of poverty and create paths to prosperity for farming families in rural Latin America. To date, Agros has partnered with 45 rural communities in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua, impacting the lives of over 12,000 people in areas such as land ownership, market-led agriculture, financial empowerment and health and well-being. Agros will initially use TaroWorks to collect survey data measuring progress in projects to improve the welfare of agricultural families in Guatemala, promoting suitable nutrition for children.

4africa is a faith-based non-profit working to bring clean water to underserved and unengaged communities in Uganda and South Sudan. At the outset, TaroWorks will be primarily used to capture data about their drilling and rehabilitation of water well sites within communities it serves.

Unlocking Communities, based in Haiti, creates social enterprises around a community-based model with the participation of partners, businesses and entrepreneurs. This approach empowers Haitian communities – while providing access to items such as water filters and clean-burning stoves – to improve health and livelihoods. Unlocking Communities will use TaroWorks Enterprise for internal tracking, analysis and reporting in areas such as inventory management, training and sales.

Corporación Agricultura Inteligente, based in Colombia, works with partners to improve the productivity and livelihoods of agricultural producers by assessing production processes and supporting producers to implement improvements. They will apply TaroWorks to a project impacting 150 livestock farmers in Colombia by carrying out their diagnostic evaluation survey and tracking implementation of its recommendations.


About the author...

Elaine Chang


Elaine’s background in marketing research and data analytics has shaped her goal of helping organizations use insights from better data to create positive change in communities. She has a BS in Marketing and Finance from New York University, and an MBA from the University of Michigan. Elaine is based in Washington, DC.


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